I've always been a charitable man.
Given you everything you wanted,
Like food to eat, beer to drink.
I have to ask you, where does it go?

Nickel and dime it's yours.
Take it, and never know it was mine.
Nickel and dime it's yours.
Take it, and never know who I am.

I may be old, I may be senile,
Borderline crazy.
I see evil eyes, learn to read lips.
I'll play your game.

Nickel and dime it's yours.
Take it, and never know it was mine.
Nickel and dime it's yours.
Take it, and never know who I am.

Everybody tells me, there's nothing there, outside your window.
Go easy on your old man, children,
And don't tease me, don't tease me
And ask why I gave it away.
You made a big mistake and now regret it.
Of course I do, and shame on you.
I'd rather burn it all than hand it over to you.

Nickel and dime it's yours.
Take it, and never know it was mine.
Nickel and dime it's yours.
Take it, and never know who I am.


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